|1||impulsive||(adjective satellite) characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation; "a hotheaded decision"; "liable to such impulsive acts as hugging strangers"; "an impetuous display of spending and gambling"; "madcap escapades"; (`brainish' is archaic)|
(adjective satellite) determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason; "a capricious refusal"; "authoritarian rulers are frequently capricious"; "the victim of whimsical persecutions"
(adjective satellite) having the power of driving or impelling; "a driving personal ambition"; "the driving force was his innate enthusiasm"; "an impulsive force"
(adjective satellite) without forethought; "letting him borrow her car was an impulsive act that she immediately regretted"
(adjective satellite) proceeding from natural feeling or impulse without external stimulus; "an impulsive gesture of affection"
|2||declension||(noun) a class of nouns or pronouns or adjectives in Indo-European languages having the same (or very similar) inflectional forms; "the first declension in Latin"|
(noun) a downward slope or bend
(noun) process of changing to an inferior state
(noun) the inflection of nouns and pronouns and adjectives in Indo-European languages
|3||revise||(noun) the act of rewriting something|
(verb) make revisions in; "revise a thesis"
(verb) revise or reorganize, especially for the purpose of updating and improving; "We must retool the town's economy"
|4||Jingo||(noun) an extreme bellicose nationalist|
|5||intricate||(adjective satellite) highly involved or intricate; "the Byzantine tax structure"; "convoluted legal language"; "convoluted reasoning"; "intricate needlework"; "an intricate labyrinth of refined phraseology"; "the plot was too involved"; "a knotty problem"; "got his way by lab|
|6||transitory||(adjective satellite) enduring a very short time; "the ephemeral joys of childhood"; "a passing fancy"; "youth's transient beauty"; "love is transitory but at is eternal"; "fugacious blossoms"|
|7||potential||(noun) the difference in electrical charge between two points in a circuit expressed in volts|
(noun) the inherent capacity for coming into being
(adjective) existing in possibility; "a potential problem"; "possible uses of nuclear power"
(adjective satellite) expected to become or be; in prospect; "potential clients"; "expected income"
|8||vociferate||(verb) utter in a very loud voice; "They vociferated their demands"|
|9||antiphony||(noun) a verse or song to be chanted or sung in response|
(noun) alternate (responsive) singing by a choir in two parts
|10||conjecture||(noun) reasoning that involves the formation of conclusions from incomplete evidence|
(noun) a hypothesis that has been formed by speculating or conjecturing (usually with little hard evidence); "speculations about the outcome of the election"; "he dismissed it as mere conjecture"
(noun) a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence
(verb) to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds; "Scientists supposed that large dinosaurs lived in swamps"
|11||cohere||(verb) come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation; "The dress clings to her body"; "The label stuck to the box"; "The sushi rice grains cohere"|
(verb) have internal elements or parts logically connected so that aesthetic consistency results; "the principles by which societies cohere"
(verb) cause to form a united, orderly, and aethestically consistent whole; "Religion can cohere social groups"
|12||puerile||(adjective satellite) displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity; "adolescent insecurity"; "jejune responses to our problems"; "their behavior was juvenile"; "puerile jokes"|
(adjective) of or characteristic of a child; "puerile breathing"
|13||immutable||(adjective) not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature; "the view of that time was that all species were immutable, created by God"|
|14||redundance||(noun) the attribute of being superfluous and unneeded; "the use of industrial robots created redundancy among workers"|
|15||constituency||(noun) the body of voters who elect a representative for their area|
|16||pillory||(noun) a wooden instrument of punishment on a post with holes for the neck and hands; offenders were locked in and so exposed to public scorn|
(verb) criticize harshly or violently; "The press savaged the new President"; "The critics crucified the author for plagiarizing a famous passage"
(verb) punish by putting in a pillory
(verb) expose to ridicule or public scorn
|17||nit||(noun) egg or young of an insect parasitic on mammals especially a sucking louse; often attached to a hair or item of clothing|
(noun) a luminance unit equal to 1 candle per square meter measured perpendicular to the rays from the source
|18||infusion||(noun) the act of infusing or introducing a certain modifying element or quality; "the team's continued success is attributable to a steady infusion of new talent"|
(noun) (medicine) the passive introduction of a substance (a fluid or drug or electrolyte) into a vein or between tissues (as by gravitational force)
(noun) the process of extracting certain active properties (as a drug from a plant) by steeping or soaking (usually in water)
(noun) a solution obtained by steeping or soaking a substance (usually in water)
|19||intolerant||(adjective satellite) narrow-minded about cherished opinions|
(adjective) unwilling to tolerate difference of opinion
|20||pommel||(noun) an ornament in the shape of a ball on the hilt of a sword or dagger|
(noun) handgrip formed by the raised front part of a saddle
(noun) a handgrip that a gymnast uses when performing exercises on a pommel horse
(verb) strike, usually with the fist; "The pedestrians pummeled the demonstrators"
|21||angular||(adjective) having angles or an angular shape|
(adjective) measured by an angle or by the rate of change of an angle; "angular momentum"
|22||conspirator||(noun) a member of a conspiracy|
|23||emphasis||(noun) intensity or forcefulness of expression; "the vehemence of his denial"; "his emphasis on civil rights"|
(noun) the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch); "he put the stress on the wrong syllable"
(noun) special and significant stress by means of position or repetition e.g.
(noun) special importance or significance; "the red light gave the central figure increased emphasis"; "the room was decorated in shades of gray with distinctive red accents"
|24||unique||(adjective satellite) highly unusual or rare but not the single instance; "spoke with a unique accent"; "had unique ability in raising funds"; "a frankness unique in literature"; "a unique dining experience"|
(adjective satellite) radically distinctive and without equal; "he is alone in the field of microbiology"; "this theory is altogether alone in its penetration of the problem"; "Bach was unique in his handling of counterpoint"; "craftsmen whose skill is unequaled"; "unparallele
(adjective satellite) the single one of its kind; "a singular example"; "the unique existing example of Donne's handwriting"; "a unique copy of an ancient manuscript"; "certain types of problems have unique solutions"
|25||invulnerable||(adjective) immune to attack; impregnable; "gunners raked the beach from invulnerable positions on the cliffs"|
|26||hesitant||(adjective satellite) acting with uncertainty or hesitance or lack of confidence; "a groping effort to understand"|
(adjective satellite) lacking decisiveness of character; unable to act or decide quickly or firmly; "stood irresolute waiting for some inspiration"
|27||deceitful||(adjective satellite) marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another; "she was a deceitful scheming little thing"- Israel Zangwill; "a double-dealing double agent"; "a double-faced infernal traitor and|
(adjective satellite) intended to deceive; "deceitful advertising"; "fallacious testimony"; "smooth, shining, and deceitful as thin ice" - S.T.Coleridge; "a fraudulent scheme to escape paying taxes"
|28||nasal||(noun) an elongated rectangular bone that forms the bridge of the nose|
(noun) a continuant consonant produced through the nose with the mouth closed
(adjective satellite) sounding as if the nose were pinched; "a whining nasal voice"
(adjective) of or in or relating to the nose; "nasal passages"
|29||unutterable||(adjective satellite) very difficult to pronounce correctly; "an unpronounceable foreign word"; "unutterable consonant clusters"|
(adjective satellite) defying expression or description; "indefinable yearnings"; "indescribable beauty"; "ineffable ecstasy"; "inexpressible anguish"; "unspeakable happiness"; "unutterable contempt"; "a thing of untellable splendor"
(adjective satellite) too sacred to be uttered; "the ineffable name of the Deity"
|30||disparity||(noun) inequality or difference in some respect|
|31||gamut||(noun) a complete extent or range: "a face that expressed a gamut of emotions"|
(noun) the entire scale of musical notes
|32||listless||(adjective satellite) lacking zest or vivacity; "he was listless and bored"|
(adjective satellite) marked by low spirits; showing no enthusiasm; "a dispirited and divided Party"; "reacted to the crisis with listless resignation"
|33||stupendous||(adjective satellite) so great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe; "colossal crumbling ruins of an ancient temple"; "has a colossal nerve"; "a prodigious storm"; "a stupendous field of grass"; "stupendous demand"|
|34||demeanor||(noun) (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people|
|35||intension||(noun) what you must know in order to determine the reference of an expression|
|36||panel||(noun) electrical device consisting of an insulated panel containing switches and dials and meters for controlling other electrical devices; "he checked the instrument panel"; "suddenly the board lit up like a Christmas tree"|
(noun) (computer science) a small temporary window in a graphical user interface that appears in order to request information from the user; after the information has been provided the user dismisses the box with `okay' or `cancel'
(noun) sheet that forms a distinct (usually flat) section or component of something
(noun) a pad placed under a saddle
(noun) a group of people gathered for a special purpose as to plan or discuss an issue or judge a contest etc
(noun) (law) a group of people summoned for jury service (from whom a jury will be chosen)
(noun) a committee appointed to judge a competition
(verb) select from a list; "empanel prospective jurors"
(verb) decorate with panels; "panel the walls with wood"
|37||cohesion||(noun) (physics) the intermolecular force that holds together the molecules in a solid or liquid|
(noun) (botany) the process in some plants of parts growing together that are usually separate (such as petals)
(noun) the state of cohering or sticking together
|38||expository||(adjective satellite) serving to expound or set fourth; "clean expository writing"|
|39||Pariah||(noun) a person who is rejected (from society or home)|
|40||quadruple||(noun) a quantity that is four times as great as another|
(verb) increase fourfold; "His stock earning quadrupled"
(adjective satellite) four times as great or many; "a fourfold increase in the dosage"
(adjective satellite) having four units or components; "quadruple rhythm has four beats per measure"; "quadruplex wire"
|41||bigamy||(noun) the offense of marrying someone while you have a living spouse from whom no valid divorce has occurred|
(noun) having two spouses at the same time
|42||collier||(noun) someone who works in a coal mine|
|43||mystic||(noun) someone who believes in the existence of realities beyond human comprehension|
(adjective satellite) having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence; beyond ordinary understanding; "mysterious symbols"; "the mystical style of Blake"; "occult lore"; "the secret learning of the ancients"
(adjective) relating to or characteristic of mysticism; "mystical religion"
(adjective) relating to or resembling mysticism; "mystical intuition"; "mystical theories about the securities market"
|44||contemporary||(noun) a person of nearly the same age as another|
(adjective satellite) belonging to the present time; "contemporary leaders"
(adjective satellite) characteristic of the present; "contemporary trends in design"; "the role of computers in modern-day medicine"
(adjective satellite) occurring in the same period of time; "a rise in interest rates is often contemporaneous with an increase in inflation"; "the composer Salieri was contemporary with Mozart"
|45||consignor||(noun) the person who delivers over or commits merchandise|
|46||opportunity||(noun) a possibility due to a favorable combination of circumstances; "the holiday gave us the opportunity to visit Washington"; "now is your chance"|
|47||impregnate||(verb) make pregnant; "He impregnated his wife again"|
(verb) fertilize and cause to grow; "the egg was impregnated"
(verb) infuse or fill completely; "Impregnate the cloth with alcohol"
(verb) fill, as with a certain quality; "The heavy traffic tinctures the air with carbon monoxide"
|48||midwife||(noun) a woman skilled in aiding the delivery of babies|
|49||efface||(verb) remove completely from recognition or memory; "efface the memory of the time in the camps"|
(verb) remove by or as if by rubbing or erasing; "Please erase the formula on the blackboard--it is wrong!"
(verb) make inconspicuous; "efface onself"
|50||hypotenuse||(noun) the side of a right triangle opposite the right angle|
|51||rendition||(noun) the act of interpreting something as expressed in an artistic performance; "her rendition of Milton's verse was extraordinarily moving"|
(noun) an explanation of something that is not immediately obvious; "the edict was subject to many interpretations"; "he annoyed us with his interpreting of parables"; "often imitations are extended to provide a more accurate rendition of the child's intended m
(noun) a performance of a musical composition or a dramatic role etc.; "they heard a live rendition of three pieces by Schubert"
|52||extort||(verb) get or cause to become in a difficult or laborious manner|
(verb) obtain by coercion or intimidation; "They extorted money from the executive by threatening to reveal his past to the company boss"; "They squeezed money from the owner of the business by threatening him"
(verb) obtain through intimidation
|53||retch||(noun) an involuntary spasm of ineffectual vomiting; "a bad case of the heaves"|
(verb) eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth; "After drinking too much, the students vomited"; "He purged continuously"; "The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night"
(verb) make an unsuccessful effort to vomit; strain to vomit
|54||infirm||(adjective satellite) weak and feeble; "I'm feeling seedy today"|
(adjective satellite) lacking firmness of will or character or purpose; "infirm of purpose; give me the daggers" - Shakespeare
(adjective satellite) lacking physical strength or vitality; "a feeble old woman"; "her body looked sapless"
(adjective satellite) confined to bed (by illness)
|55||superficial||(adjective satellite) involving a surface only; "her beauty is only skin-deep"; "superficial bruising"; "a surface wound"|
(adjective) being or affecting or concerned with a surface; not deep or penetrating emotionally or intellectually; "superficial similarities"; "a superficial mind"; "his thinking was superficial and fuzzy"; "superficial knowledge"; "the superficial report didn't giv
(adjective satellite) of little substance or significance; "a few superficial editorial changes"; "only trivial objections"
(adjective) relating to a surface; "superficial measurements"; "the superficial area of the wall"
|56||crevice||(noun) a long narrow opening|
(noun) a long narrow depression in a surface